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    • Halina

      LEARNING AND TEACHING ONLINE

      Teaching face-to-face and teaching online are both teachings, but they are qualitatively different. Online education starts when faculty moves from the traditional classroom to the online class. There are some things that the two have in common, but there are also plenty of differences.

      Tags: Education, Online, Teaching, Learning, Languages

      • Halina

        WE NEED THE CONVERSION FROM PASSIVE LEARNING TO ACTIVE TRAINING ENGLISH SKILLS

        https://www.researchgate.net/publication/312155252_ WE_NEED_THE_CONVERSION_FROM_PASSIVE_LEARNING_TO_ACTIVE_TRAINING_ENGLISH_SKILLS

        Tags: Education, Online, Teaching, Learning, Languages

        • John Davey

          Words, Language, and Vocabulary

          Recently I had the pleasure of attending a one day workshop on the subject of the Social Psychology of Risk. As a Safety Consultant, I looked forward to a rewarding experience. I'd bought several books by the workshop facilitator, Dr. Rob Long, well before the workshop, and I was steadil...

          Tags: Learning, Communication, Language

          • Sheryl A. McCoy

            Integrating Technology

            An education community developed by Dr. Nellie Deutsch using Moodle and MOOCs, along with other applications, to be the support system for courses, sessions, workshops, online conferences, and collaborations for teachers in the business of educating others.

            Tags: Moodle, MOOC, Integrating Technology, learning, education, collaboration, online learning

            • Sheryl A. McCoy

              Learning by teaching: Conceptualization as a source of happiness | Jean-Pol Martins Weblog

              Follow the leaders, like Jean-Pol Martins, while they still produce is the best way to push forward your own thinking on research and practice. 

              Tags: teaching, learning, primary source, Jean-Pol Martins